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Russ this week caught up with Albion fan and quality sports documentary filmmaker Louis Myles to discuss his excellent new film Croatia: Defining A Nation, which tells the tale of a nation's emergence from the shadows following the collapse of the former Yugoslavia to reach the main stage of global football in the second half of the 1990s. Louis also gave his opinions on Albion's excellent season, his favourite game of the campaign and his thoughts on the talent emerging within the squad. To watch Louis's film - and we REALLY recommend you do so - follow this link… https://www.fifa.com/fifaplus/en/watch/0174xGiAMX3soqstKUXKF4?autoplay=true Stand or fall! UTA! Keep greasing those wheels, Albion! @BrightonRockPod firstname.lastname@example.org Part of the Sport Social Podcast Network that can be found in all their glory at this rather suitable address: www.sport-social.co.uk Please follow us for automatic downloads of new episodes and if you want to make us really happy please rate us five stars on Apple and any other platforms that provide the opportunity to do so! Why not write a review while you are at it?! ;0). All this helps our rankings and improves our chances of getting exciting guests onto the show. Also we are now on Patreon, so if you happen to be inclined to extreme acts of generosity we'd greatly appreciate any monthly donations, great or small, to help us run the pod as well as we can. Go to www.patreon.com/BrightonRockPod for details and to sign up. NB Our content will remain freely accessible to all listeners regardless. Humble thanks! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley answer listener emails about why players in the dugout seem so confident in pitch locations, whether it would ever help to wear two gloves, MLB Big Inning and other baseball equivalents of NFL RedZone, the extreme dimensions of the Polo Grounds, what makes it so impressive that some players perform […]
Become a Patron of THT! Click hereGarrett Stratford-Cutler is a self-described alpha heterosexual (insert sarcasm here please), Wellbeing Teacher at an international private school in Bangkok Thailand, friend, and kind-soul. I worked with Garrett at the Green School in Bali many years ago and needless to say, he was my kind of weird and we became good friends immediately. Garrett believes in love and wears his heart on his sleeve in this brutal world of online everything…Garrett is also one of the funniest humans I know, and I originally approached this episode with a light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek attitude with the hope of cultivating some laughs. However, Garrett ends up dropping some serious truth-bombs in regards to Men's Health, wellbeing, societal stereotypes, gender roles, love, the online dating conundrum, and much much more. Garrett also define's the terms "Alpha and Beta" male, which I found super interesting....Again, this guy never ceases to amaze me. So enjoy, and let's gets inside the head of yet another rad human. ShanGarrett supports and advocates for:Trash Lucky recycling program in Bangkok ThailandCOMPANIES THAT SUPPORT THIS PODCAST:Use the THT code!!!KRUSH ORGANICS - CBD oils and topicalsCode: THT(Get a HUGE 40% Discount...shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Purveyors of the finest CBD oils and topicals. I think long and hard about who I want to be affiliated with, and I'm stoked to embark on a new affiliation with Krush Organics and advocate for the use of CBD products for supplementary use. Do the research yourself, the health benefits are unquestionable. It's done so much for me, especially during times of stress and anxiety, it's improved the quality of my sleep and sped up my recovery time especially post workouts. And it's all natural.INDOSOLE Code: THT(15% discount shipping is WORLDWIDE and fast).Sandals made from recycled Tyres. Timeless footwear for the conscious consumer.KingPin Skate ShopCode: THT(Get 15% Discount)Best Skateshop in Australia!Best shoe range ever: Vans, Nike, Adidas, Lakai, Fallen, Etnies (and more).Rad clothes (To many to mention)Best skateboard brands: Baker, Girl, Chocolate, FA, Hockey, Antihero, Passport (and way more).Australian owned and operated. Best dudes ever! Get on dat code.Write a review on Apple Podcasts and follow and rate on Spotify!Thanks for listening!Big love and respect,ShanSupport the show
Praise Break Friday: Singing Hymns in Church – 5 Reasons Praise and Lament Belong Together in Worship Join us Friday 6/24/2022 as we discuss this great article and more nexgen The conversation starts at 7pm.... don't miss it!!!!!!! "Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people. You can also watch the simulcast on Facebook Live at https://www.facebook.com/TTLORADIO/ Twitter @TTLORadio INSTAGRAM, follow us TTLORadio
Original Release on June 9th, 2022: While many investors may be curious to know what other investors are thinking and feeling about markets, there's a lot more to the calculation of investor sentiment than one might think.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Andrew Sheets, Chief Cross-Asset Strategist for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about trends across the global investment landscape and how we put those ideas together. It's Thursday, June 9th, at 6 p.m. in London. I've found that investors are almost always interested in what other types of investors are doing. Some of this is curiosity, but a lot of it is interest in sentiment and a desire to try to quantify market emotion to give a better indicator of when to buy or sell. One can find a variety of metrics that portend to reflect this investor mood. Many of them move in nice, big, oscillating waves between fear and greed. But as anyone trying to use them as encountered, investing based on sentiment is harder in theory than practice. The first challenge, of course, is that there is little agreement in professional circles on exactly the best way to capture market emotion. Is it different responses to a regular investor survey? Is it the level of implied volatility in the market? Is it the flow of money in and out of different funds? The potential list goes on. Next, once you have an indicator, what's the right threshold to establish if it's telling you something is extreme? If you poll a thousand investors every week, maybe 70% of those investors being negative tells you the mood is sufficiently sour. But maybe the magic number is 80%, or maybe it's 60%. Defining positive or negative sentiment isn't always straightforward. Finally, there's the simple but important point that sometimes the crowd is right. Think of a long bull market like the 1990s. People were often optimistic about the stock market and correct to think so as prices kept rising. Meanwhile, people are often bearish in a bear market. We remember the dour mood that persisted throughout 2008. It certainly didn't stop stocks from going down. With all of this in mind, our research is focused on finding some ways to use sentiment measures more effectively. We think it makes sense to use a composite of different indicators, as true extremes are likely to show up across multiple approaches to measurement. Valuing both the level and direction of sentiment can be helpful. Rather than trying to catch an absolute extreme or market bottom, the best risk reward is often when sentiment is negative but improving. And sentiment is more useful to identify market lows than market peaks, as negativity and despair tend to be stronger, sharper emotions. Identifying peak optimism, at least in our work, is much harder. So don't beat yourself up if you can't find a signal that consistently flags market tops. Those ideas underlie the tools that we've built to try to turn market sentiment into signals as the age old debate around the true state of fear and greed continues throughout this year. Thanks for listening. Subscribe to Thoughts on the Market on Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen, and leave us a review. We'd love to hear from you.
Does the excuse of "boys will be boys" make you cringe in all the places? Your Genie, Annemarie, is bringing back this audience-favorited episode with guest co-host Thomas all about what to do when someone says "boys will be boys." Both Annemarie and Thomas make the claim throughout the episode that this antiquated adage is purely an excuse for what can only be considered as "man-child" behavior. So what do we do to combat this mentality? Tune in to find out!
Today, myself (Pat), and @SkyPirate_Actual go through some definitions for the way that different groupings of skill sets approach lock picking and covert entry differently; where some of the overlap is; and where they are different. We also talk about some different types of course offerings and what to expect from them. Go follow SkyPirate on instagram at @SkyPirate_Actual and @CloakedEntryCo Any Patreon support would mean the world to us, you can find us at Patreon.com/UTAC. Any support above the $2 level gets you early episode access as well as access to our AFTERSHOWS. Thanks for the support! -Pat
When we think of the early church, some of us might imagine groups of illiterate believers guided by one or two trained readers or teachers. In fact, the historical reality was very different. Brian J. Wright describes an ancient world obsessed with reading—especially public, communal reading of significant texts, including lots of questioning and dialogue. In this episode, Dru Johnson and Brian Wright examine literacy levels in the Roman Empire, the early church's engagement with Paul's letters, and historical evidence about reading in the first and second centuries. They also discuss the modern church's Bible engagement, and how we can take a more dialogical and active approach to reading Scripture. Brian J. Wright is an associate pastor at Denia Community Church, an adjunct professor, and author of Communal Reading in the Time of Jesus: A Window into Early Christian Reading Practices. He studies communal reading in the scholarly context, challenging long-held views about literary culture, and also encourages contemporary communal reading practices. Show notes: 0:00 The "public reading mania" of the early Christian era 3:20 Transformative, communal texts 5:53 Literacy levels in the Roman Empire 9:40 Defining "communal" 12:23 Jewish practices for reading and debating Scripture 14:18 A culture of collective correction 17:27 Early Christian dialogue 21:11 Dialogue in the modern church 26:47 Reading entire epistles 32:40 Reading "as long as time permits" 35:28 Augustine about Ambrose reading Tweetable Quote "There's wisdom in us doing it [reading and teaching] together. Everything about the community is really at the heart of the conversation." Show notes by Micah Long Credits for the music used in TBM podcast can be found at: hebraicthought.org/credits.
Jon and Becky are finishing our Friday series, The Impact Arc, which is uncovering their secret formula...to, well, everything. Thanks to all who joined us to explore how we fundraise, build events, campaigns, movements, community, and even our company too. Tune into this 3-part series breaking down the Impact Arc with this week's #3 pillar: Syndication. Spoiler: if you do syndication well, sustainability and scaling will naturally occur too! Episode HighlightsDefinition of syndication (3:45)Key benefits to having a syndication mindset (5:25)Build a 2.0 communications model that prioritizes engagement (8:10)Defining your voice (10:10)The magic of tagging (16:20)Who is in charge of syndication? (18:00)Case study: Wisconsin Foundation & Alumni Association (19:45)Scaling and sustainability (22:55)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/289The We Are For Good Podcast is co-hosted by Jonathan McCoy, CFRE and Becky Endicott, CFRE and welcomes the most dynamic nonprofit leaders, advocates and philanthropists to share innovative ideas and lessons learned 3x a week!Want to hear insider details and to get our best roundup of tips, freebies, resources and show notes from each episode? Join the Good Community - it's free! Visit www.weareforgood.com/helloAbout Our Sponsor PledgePledgeCrypto empowers more than 2 million registered nonprofits to accept cryptocurrency donations without any tech (or crypto) experience required! Simply add a Pledge giving form to your website, and your donors will instantly have the option to gift crypto that gets converted to cash for your organization.Learn more today at pledge.to/crypto Start Learning Today on We Are For Good PRO
Read the full Show Notes and search through the world's largest audio library on Scrum directly on the Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast website: http://bit.ly/SMTP_ShowNotes. “We adopt Agile because the world is complex” is Erik's statement, as he starts to define success for Scrum Masters. He describes for us the challenges of “assessing” or measuring success and suggests that we start with defining our own goals, and make small experiments that we evaluate for impact. In the end, measurement is just a tool, and we need to pay attention to the teams and to ourselves possibly “gaming” the metric we choose. Featured Retrospective Format for the Week: Liberating Structures and the movie retrospective Although Erik does not have a single format he prefers, he often looks into Liberating Structures for inspiration, and uses some “fun” formats (like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly movie retrospective) to help the team relax and start the conversation. He also favors the use of a simple ice breaker (e.g. what's your favorite movie?) to get the retrospective started. Do you wish you had decades of experience? Learn from the Best Scrum Masters In The World, Today! The Tips from the Trenches - Scrum Master edition audiobook includes hours of audio interviews with SM's that have decades of experience: from Mike Cohn to Linda Rising, Christopher Avery, and many more. Super-experienced Scrum Masters share their hard-earned lessons with you. Learn those today, make your teams awesome! About Erik de Bos Erik is what you get when you take a trained scientist, who mastered Agile as a programmer and is now a Scrum Master. A pragmatic, analytic, systemic and critical personality who is completely focused on understanding the problem. Because once you understand the problem, the solution is easy. You can link with Erik de Bos on LinkedIn and read Erik de Bos' articles in Medium.
Human Resources plays a critical role in the evolution of an organization. By combining open innovation and effective methodologies, an organization can increase its effectiveness in accomplishing business transformation. For episode 042 of my World Class Leaders Show podcast, I discussed this topic with Carlo Albini. Carlo began his professional journey in management consulting, serving leading multinational companies with a focus on transformation programs enabled by technology. Since 2020, Carlo has been in charge of People and Organization Innovability, a brand-new organizational structure responsible for leading sustainability and innovation, focusing on the future of work, open innovation culture and agile transformation at Group level By listening to this episode, you will learn more about: Defining the right metrics for Driving Innovation and Sustainability Building the Talent Pool Increasing Internal Influence Improving Communications Planning for the Future of Work To learn more or to contact Carlo Albini directly, he can be found on Twitter @AlbiniPv, or on LinkedIn, at linkedin.com/in/carloalbini For more information about my work with leaders and organizations, to subscribe to my weekly newsletter, or to take a free assessment of your leadership level, please drop me an email at Andrea@Andreapetrone.com, or go to my website at https://www.andreapetrone.com/. I would also very much appreciate hearing from you about your thoughts on this episode, or suggestions for future topics for this podcast. Read the article related to this podcast: https://www.andreapetrone.com/how-hr-can-build-innovation-and-drive-value-article/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ep 96: A wannabe trauma surgeon turned political guru, the girls sit down at YWLS with Turning Point Contributor Isabel Brown to chat about her life as an outspoken conservative, her college experience, and her take on how we can make a change among the political ideals of Generation Z. They discuss the apathetic beliefs of this particular generation and the importance of finding common ground and moving forward. Isabel is also the host of the podcast "Outdated" and is the author of the book "Frontlines: My Voice on an American College Campus" Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/R8FGENj64fM Resources & Links: Isabel on IG: https://www.instagram.com/theisabelbrown/ American Dream Apparel: https://www.instagram.com/americandreamapparelco/ Her Website: https://www.isabel-brown.com/ Buy Her Book: Frontlines Follow Your Hosts: Amy Robbins | Alexo Athletica @theamyrobbins | www.alexoathletica.com Emily Valentine | Style Me Tactical @stylemetactical | www.stylemetactical.com Follow The Show: Instagram | Facebook | YouTube
In this episode, Savannah and Julie discuss the pros and cons, and the hopes and fears, of National Pride Month. How do people feel about attending local events or about corporations suddenly changing their logos to rainbow colors to celebrate pride along with the rest of us? Has PRIDE become commercialized? And, if so, is that a good or a bad thing? How do closeted community folks feel about PRIDE when they have to face the fear of venturing out to local events where they may be recognized in some way? With PRIDE comes so many intense positive and negative emotions for the participants, the sponsors, the bystanders, and the opposition. The only question you need to ask yourself is how you celebrate PRIDE within yourself. ------ SAVANNAH HAUK is the author of “Living with Crossdressing: Defining a New Normal” and “Living with Crossdressing: Discovering your True Identity“. While both focus on the male-to-female (mtf) crossdresser, “Defining a New Normal” delves into crossdressing and relationships and “Discovering Your True Identity” looks at the individual crossdressing journey. Her latest achievements are two TEDx Talks, one entitled "Demystifying the Crossdressing Experience" and the other "13 Milliseconds: First Impressions of Gender Expression". Savannah is a male-to-female dual-gender crossdresser who is visible in the Upstate of South Carolina, active in local groups and advocating as a public speaker at LGBTQ+ conferences and workshops across the United States. At the moment, Savannah is working on more books, blogs, and projects focused on letting every crossdresser–young and mature–find their own confidence, expression, identity and voice. IG @savannahhauk | FB @savannahhauk | FB @livingwithcrossdressing | web @livingwithcrossdressing.com ------ JULIE RUBENSTEIN is a dedicated ally to transgender community and the certified image consultant and co-owner of Fox and Hanger. F&H is a unique service for transgender women and male-to-female crossdressers that creates customized virtual fashion and style “lookbooks”. Julie intuitively connects with each client to find them appropriate clothes, makeup, hair, and shape wear all in alignment with their budget, body type, authentic style and unique personality. Julie also provides enfemme coaching and wardrobe support. Julie has made it her life's work to help MTF individuals feel safe and confident when it comes to their female persona, expression and identity. IG @Juliemtfstyle | FB @foxandhanger | web @FoxandHanger.com
When everything else looks the same, and the price and quality are similar; how do you get yourself differentiated and be chosen from the rest? That's where branding comes in. And when truly dialed in, that's what makes all the difference. Paul Copcutt is a 15-year personal brand strategist, speaker, and podcast host whose personal branding insights have been featured in Forbes, Reuters, The Wall St Journal, Globe & Mail and Financial Post. In this episode, Paul shares how you can let people distinctly know what you do, who you do it for, and why you're different, and be not just a brand but a differentiated brand. Checkout: Raising Capital Without Rejection Full-Day Workshop (Online): https://investorattractionworkshop.com/ What you'll learn in just 18 minutes from today's episode: Find out that one valuable tip on dialing into the emotional attributes that make you unique and help differentiate you from the rest Discover helpful resources that make an excellent place to start thinking about branding yourself Learn how personal branding works for a real estate investor for people to choose to work with you over many others who offer the same thing Resources/Links: Website: https://reibranded.com/ Topics Covered: 00:46 - Defining branding 01:32 - Branding from a real estate investor's point of view 04:47 - Why it's hard to distinguish one's strength 05:31 - Finding that one attribute that sets you apart from the crowd 10:12 - How branding works for real estate investors who do the same things as the others 13:06 - Successful branding case study 16:05 - Getting yourself started on the whole branding idea as a real estate investor Key Takeaways: "What the listener needs to get clear on is, what are the emotional attributes underneath that differentiate you from somebody else? - Paul Copcutt "You don't need to be funny or quirky to be a good flipper. But it differentiates you. If the listener thinks about any brand they know or love, chances are, it's not about the product or service they're buying. It's the emotional connection they've made to that brand." - Paul Copcutt "Your emotional attributes will be why somebody wants to hire you, work with you, or loan new investment money versus somebody else because they've made that emotional connection. And equally, sometimes, that emotional connection is not there, and it's not a good fit. And it's equally good to know that and go away from the project because it will be a nightmare." - Paul Copcutt "If you can get very clear about what it is you do, who you do it for, and why you're different, hopefully in 10 to 12 words, that's easy for somebody to remember." - Paul Copcutt Connect with Paul Copcutt: Website: https://reibranded.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulcopcutt/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paulcopcutt/ Connect with Dave Dubeau: Podcast: http://www.propertyprofitspodcast.com/ Website: https://davedubeau.com/home Investor Attraction Workshop: http://www.investorattractionworkshop.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedavedubeau LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/davedubeau
What does contemporary kitsch look like? In this episode, Paddy and William use a discussion of the art fairs and New York gallery scene to lead a defining of the term. From its generic definition of objects described to be in poor taste because of excessive garishness or sentimentality, to the current nostalgia driving a tasted for recycled art movements, all kitsch lacks in originality. Listen in for the whole conversation. THE INDEPENDENT Kenny Schachter at Allouche Benias Gallery Renate Druks at The Ranch, Olivia Reavey at Helena Anrather 1-54 CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR Sanaa Gateja at 50 Golborne WonderBuhle at BKhz Gallery VOLTA Michael Foley GALLERIES Judith Linhares at PPOW JTT Gallery Anna-Sophie Berger and Sam McKinniss Sky Hopinka at Broadway Gallery Paul Mpagi Sepuya at Bortalami Nora Turato at 52 Walker Gallery ARTICLES The Downward Spiral: 59th Venice Biennial by Dean Kissick
Is our civilization heading to a time of neo-feudalism, an age of faceless, invisible kings?Martial arts headmaster, teacher, author and lawyer Jonathan Bluestein shares his insights into the world at large, why we shouldn't be afraid of civil disobedience and reads a passage from his book, Exceptional Ideas About Humanity, in this historical Living 4D conversation.Learn more about Jonathan at Blue Jade Martial Arts and on Facebook and YouTube.Show NotesNeo-feudalism: The age of the invisible kings. (4:36)Is World War 3 happening now? (18:14)The societal blueprint for the class system was written centuries ago by Plato. (25:47)A downward drift in consistently teaching outdated things throughout the generations for no good reason. (33:41)Defining the middle class by looking above and below. (41:03)Is modern Western civilization really a continuation of a foundation laid by the Greeks and Romans? (54:01)Different flavors of veganism. (1:01:54)Replacing the spiritual. (1:14:22)“At the end of the day, we've got to work on fixing one thing, then go from there.” (1:30:39)A koan. (1:44:54)Jonathan reads The Hole. (1:53:11)Why The Hole is relevant for our current time. (2:09:32)Jonathan's action items. (2:14:25)ResourcesProsperism: Limited Capital, Boundless Plenty, Research of Martial Arts and The Martial Arts Teacher by Jonathan BluesteinThe Republic by PlatoThe Decline of the West by Oswald SpenglerThe Erotic and The Holy by Marc GafniThus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich NietzschePlato's The Republic as read on YouTubeMaslow's Hierarchy of Needs More show notes and resources for this episode are available on our website.Thanks to our awesome sponsors: CHEK Institute/IMS 1 Online, Paleovalley (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code chek15 at checkout), BiOptimizers (save an extra 10 percent on your purchase by using the code PAUL10 at checkout), Cymbiotika (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK15 at checkout), Organifi (save 20 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK20 at checkout) and Airestech (save 15 percent on any purchase you make by using the code CHEK15 at checkout).We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.
Knowing the action you want your audience to take after visiting a blog post is one of the keys to whether they will stick around to browse more of your website or they will bounce back to Google and forget about your site. Defining that next best step takes understanding both the search intent of your readers and defining your ideal audience. Stay tuned to learn more about how you can strategically define this next best step for your organic search audience. In this episode, I'll cover: Understanding search intent Define your ideal audience The next best step Instagram | Website Show Notes | Podcast Updates Web Design for Food Bloggers
Hen Mazzig embodies many identities; he is an Israeli writer and educator, the son of Amazigh and Iraqi refugees, co-founder of the Tel Aviv Institute, and much more. As a digital influencer and Senior Fellow at the Tel Aviv Institute, Hen advocates for Jewish people, the LGBTQ+ community, and other minorities around the world. Hen joins Ilana in this episode, sharing how his upbringing and military service motivated him to create change on a broad scale. As Jews of Color, Hen and Ilana also discuss the breadth and diversity of their community and how such terms can resonate across cultural experience.Follow our hosts on Twitter:Gali Cooks, @galicooksIlana Kaufman, @fogtownieElana Wien, @ElanaWienLearn more about our organizations:Leading Edge influences and inspires dramatic change in how Jewish organizations attract, develop, and retain top talent. Learn more at https://www.leadingedge.org/, and follow them on Facebook, and Twitter.The Jews of Color Initiative is a national effort focused on building and advancing the professional, organizational and communal field for Jews of Color. Learn more at https://jewsofcolorinitiative.org/ and follow the Initiative on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.SRE Network is a Jewish network of over 150 organizations committed to creating safe, respectful, equitable workplaces and communal spaces in North America. Learn more at, https://srenetwork.org/, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.Special thanks to the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation for their support of this podcast! To visit them, go to https://hjweinbergfoundation.org/, and follow the foundation on Facebook, and Twitter.
Have you been struggling with what to do after the money hits your bank account? Are you unsure about taxes, profit margins, and how to manage each payment in a way that sets you up to be profitable down the line? In episode 572 of the Bokeh Podcast, returning guest Braden Drake sets the stage for financial success by offering practical tips for making your money work for you. Whether you've experienced a lack of education in regard to money, a lack of money talk in your personal life, or an "I'll do it tomorrow" mentality, you're in good company. Tune in as we chat about minimizing stress when it comes to taxes, owner's pay allocation, and more! The Bokeh Podcast is brought to you by Photographer's Edit: Custom Editing for the Professional Photographer. You can subscribe to the Bokeh podcast on the Apple podcast app, follow on Spotify, add to your playlist on Stitcher, or listen on Overcast. Braden's background (2:38) Where did Braden's book idea come from? (4:54) What was the motivation for creating a book like this and the communication style to go along with it? (6:23) Defining cash flow (8:40) Why isn't there a basic understanding of cash flow management? (11:11) How can you minimize the stress associated with setting aside a designated percentage for taxes? (14:01) Braden's recommendation on the best approach to handling funds when you get paid (15:15) How do photographers go about calculating a profit margin? (18:18) Should photographers be considering taxes in the profit margin equation? (19:32) Is there a goal profit margin percentage in the photography industry? (20:07) The process for owner's pay allocation (22:26) Braden's course, Profit Rx (26:38) Book Recommendations https://bokehbookshelf.com Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller Marketing Made Simple by Donald Miller Links: https://www.charitywater.org https://www.photographersedit.com/bokeh-podcast/episodes/top-5-tax-mistakes-and-how-to-fix-them/ www.bradendrake.com www.instagram.com/bradenadamdrake https://www.bradendrake.com/podcasts/unf-ck-your-biz-with-braden https://www.bradendrake.com/book (Available for pre-order now!) https://www.bradendrake.com/prx www.qapital.com
Welcome back to the Marketing for the Uninhibited Podcast! Today I'm going on a bit of rant about some confusion I've noticed among peers. I'm talking about the difference between accountability and self-discipline in business, and how this mistake can cause you to miss the mark. Inside the episode we'll talk about: Creating habits that get you to your goals. Defining accountability vs self-discipline Identifying which season you're in and taking appropriate action Questions to help you self-examine. If you got some amazing takeaways from this episode, share it with me in a review for the show, pop that on Instagram and tag me in it! Connect & Work with Miranda: Book a free Marketing Audi with met: https://calendly.com/marketinguninhibited/marketing-uninhibited-free-marketing-audit
Points of discussion:1. Your Mission is your brewery's immediate, day-to-day marching orders.2. Your vision is future-facing and tells the world where you're going.3. Simon Sinek's Golden Circle (Start with Why).4. Who would win in a no holds barred fight between Simon Sinek or Cody Fague. Simon is in better shape, but Cody has nothing to live for.5. Intrinsic reasons that drive entrepreneurs vs. public-facing stories.6. How do we frame your vision?7. Examples of a Mission and Vision statement from your friends at CODO Design.8. The best scene from the Sopranos? “Is this about the Easter baskets?” -Learn more at www.craftbeerrebranded.com-Have a topic or question you'd like us to field on the show? Shoot it our way: email@example.com-Join 5,500+ food and bev industry pros who are subscribed to the Beer Branding Trends Newsletter (and access all past issues) at: www.beerbrandingtrends.com
In today's episode of If Not Now Wen, we're talking with special guest Juan Ignacio. Juan was born and raised in his beautiful country, Costa Rica. He has extensive experience in country development strategy, as well as in the investment, wealth management, and real estate development sectors, where he has served as a general manager and director of expansion and marketing for Central America and consultant for renowned national and international firms. He earned his bachelor's degree from Cornell and MBA from Wharton. Juan is passionate in his efforts to try to contribute to his country's growth and development, to generate the best jobs, and to try to raise the quality of life and standard of living for Costa Ricans. Juan is such a visionary with heart and passion for country development and a strategic mind to connect the dots between international knowledge and his local ecosystem. In this episode we'll talk about:
“Wait, but what am I supposed to wear?” Have you ever received an invitation to an event and wondered that very question? We've all seen the movie plots where someone underdresses for a very formal occasion AND more times than not, that very plot finds its way into our own lives. So much of social anxiety starts with the invitation. When too little information is given or information is misunderstood, it leaves us wondering what is expected of us. In this episode, we invited Outfit Formulas creator, Alison Lumbatis, to help us define six types of dress codes and give you clear, attainable formulas for each one! How “Yoga pants mom rut” led Alison to a profound understanding of the importance of getting dressed.What is Outfit Formulas, and what is it that led 100,000+ members to join.Defining and understanding what is expected through: Smart casual - swings casual Business casual - swings formal Business professional attireCocktail - balance between formal and casual Formal What is a capsule wardrobe? How to create one and why they help.Notes to those who feel they are limited with personal style due to finances. Personal Style: How to find yours and how it helps you be a more confident host! Through all we do, our hope is to make gatherings filled with less anxiety and more confidence getting to the table. This conversation will leave you feeling inspired, understood, and ready to take on your next invitation dress code with ease. Interested in joining, Closet Staples Casual Capsule Wardrobe Builder? Take $10 off with code MAKINGROOM. Active now and valid until July 31, 2022.Alison's book is available for purchase at Target and Amazon, HERE!.
Hosts: Amanda, Sami, Emily Amick Topics: Emily Amick, the brain behind @EmilyInYourPhone and former counsel to Senator Chuck Schumer, joins to unpack the progress on gun safety legislation Why this moment – and these Republicans – were able to break the inertia on legislation with a compromise bill worth fighting for Why Congress doesn't need the NRA to fall prey to misogynistic tropes that could threaten closing the boyfriend loophole The reason Emily tells you to call your members of Congress every single day
Your favourite dynamic duo return for the second week in a row as we chat about the soundtrack for Kevin Smith's debut film, Clerks. This idea came to Chris at about a day's notice, but it did give us at least enough time to think of a through line for this episode: the Clerks soundtrack is something of an anomaly. Whilst the film itself cost just over $27k to make, the licencing for the soundtrack actually cost more, coming in at $28k. Some of the music on this is used in the movie - Alice in Chains, The Jesus Lizard - and some was even commissioned for the film. For Gen Xers, this soundtrack is about authentic as it gets. Others tried and failed to capture some of the same energy that this one did (Empire Records springs to mind), and one could probably argue that the fact a Gen Xer has brought this Gen X soundtrack to the table, chatting about how it's very authentically Gen X and “legit” is perhaps the most Gen X thing in the world. Or you could just argue that there's actually something to be said for how this film, and indeed soundtrack, managed to capture a moment in the way that underground bands sometimes are able to capture the zeitgeist. Or in fact create their own movement out of nothing. What do you think? Defining moment in indie film soundtrack history?
Bobby Gillespie spent years working in marketing and observed companies making the same mistake over and over again. And that mistake was trying to do marketing without first building a solid brand foundation. To address it, he created his own agency — Propr Design — where he helps companies do just that. In this episode, Bobby describes the process he takes clients through, including: Defining the company's purpose and core values Identify your ideal customer profile Establishing a brand personality Get the details on all of this, and more, in this week's episode.
A few important topics today rolled into one main talking point about the concept of reverse dieting and why this popular bodybuilding style diet has become so popular among lifestyle clients recently. I'll explain the process of reverse dieting and explain some key aspects around food quality. Time Stamps: (0:05) Bodybuilding Dieting Technique (4:05) First Official Bodybuilding Show in Denver (7:20) The Process of Reverse Dieting (13:25) Using the Scale as a Tool (18:25) The Importance of Quality (21:06) “If It Fits Your Macros” (25:18) Where to Connect with Me -------------------- Follow my Facebook Page where I go Live Every Week with New Educational Information to Help You Live Your Best Life - https://www.facebook.com/covinofitness -------------------- Follow me on Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/carolcovinofitness/
In this episode, I'm going to talk about your distinct difference and seven ways you can break through the noise to ensure your business won't be one of those lost among the heap.Now more than ever, your business needs to be different. Distractions and competition are everywhere online, on TV, on billboards, on the sides of buildings and buses, and even coming soon to currently ad-free streaming services you watch. With all that and a looming recession on the horizon, avoiding becoming a commodity is a must! 1:11 - How I learned about being a commodity the hard way3:46 - What happens when you don't have a distinct difference7:13 - The seven ways to differentiate yourself and how I use one of them in my business10:24 - Another example of how you can differentiate yourself13:23 - Where to look for your business motivation and direction during difficult timesDiscover what your distinct difference is by booking a Soulful Value Session with me for $333. Discounted price good until June 30, 2022!
View the Show Notes Page for This Episode Become a Member to Receive Exclusive Content Sign Up to Receive Peter's Weekly Newsletter In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter discusses the nutritional profiles of various fruits and vegetables as a means of assessing their relative value. He explains the difference between eating them vs. drinking them, how processing fruits and vegetables can change their properties, and how one's current state of health affects nutrition strategy when it comes to fruits and vegetable consumption. Additionally, Peter explains the potential benefits and negative effects of certain phytochemicals found in produce and concludes with a discussion of supplementing with green powders, multivitamins, and more. If you're not a subscriber and listening on a podcast player, you'll only be able to hear a preview of the AMA. If you're a subscriber, you can now listen to this full episode on your private RSS feed or on our website at the AMA #36 show notes page. If you are not a subscriber, you can learn more about the subscriber benefits here. We discuss: The limitations of nutritional data and challenges of making broad recommendations [2:00]; How one's current state of health impacts their “optimal” diet [11:30]; Defining “metabolic health” [14:45]; The wide-ranging nutrition profiles of various fruits and vegetables [16:30]; The benefits of fiber [20:45]; Eating whole fruits vs. drinking fruit juice or smoothies [22:30]; Drinking alcohol: metabolic effects, calories in alcohol, and more [28:30]; Can excess fruit consumption lead to insulin resistance? [30:30]; Glycemic impact of different fruits, using CGM data to assist decision making, and how fruit is fundamentally different from what we evolved to eat [31:30]; Dietary approaches for people with a carbohydrate tolerance disorder (TD2, NAFLD, etc.), and when it makes sense to restrict fruit consumption [34:30]; Nutrition profile of select vegetables: sugar content, micronutrients, and more [40:00]; Phytochemicals in produce: potential positive health impacts on inflammation, cardiovascular (CV) risk, and cancer [44:30]; Phytochemicals with potential negative health impacts [50:45]; Nightshades and inflammation [53:15]; How important is it to eat organic foods? [56:00]; How necessary is it to wash fruits and vegetables? [1:00:45]; How does food preparation change the nutritional composition? [1:03:45]; Considerations when eating canned and frozen food, and paying attention to processed food additives [1:04:45]; Supplementing vitamins and nutrients as an alternative to eating whole fruits and vegetables [1:06:15]; Green powder supplements [1:11:15]; Important takeaways [1:16:00]; and More. Connect With Peter on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube
Calorie calculators are not one-size-fits-all, just as the human body is not just an equation. In today's episode, Alex, Austin, and Sue dive into common mistakes of calorie calculators, which factors calorie calculators use to determine daily energy expenditure, and things calculators don't take into consideration. Listen in as they also dive into our Physique Development Nutrition Calculator and how to use it in conjunction with the app to maximize its functionality. Be sure to listen through to the end, where they touch on NEW features of the PDTC. As always, it is our goal not only to supply you, the listener, with valuable insights on the topics or questions but also to plant some seeds for further research and thought. Without further ado, let's get into today's episode. Timestamps: (0:00) Intro (0:08) Common mistakes and pitfalls when using calorie calculators (8:52) Defining total daily energy balance (calories in vs calories out) (11:57) Factors calorie calculators use to determine total daily energy expenditure - BMR, TEF, & physical activity (NEAT & EAT) (17:31) Additional factors affecting calorie expenditure that calculators don't take into consideration (24:19) Using the PD Nutrition Calculator (+ tips to maximize its effectiveness) (35:38) Highlighting the new PDTC features (40:29) Wrap-up Additional Resources: PD Podcast Ep.61 - https://pod.fo/e/128210 (specifically question #6 starting at 15:41) Program Design Series Part 1 (Volume) - https://pod.fo/e/10f7a1 Program Design Series Part 2 (Intensity) - https://pod.fo/e/11133f Program Design Series Part 3 (Frequency) - https://pod.fo/e/112cd2 Program Design Series Part 4 (Exercise Selection) - https://pod.fo/e/1145dd Program Design Series Part 5 (Training Progressions) - https://pod.fo/e/1160b2 Program Design Series Part 6 (Fatigue Management) - https://pod.fo/e/1206af Check out the PD Nutrition Calculator - https://physiquedevelopment.com/calculator/ Band tee sale! 10% off for podcast listeners. Use code PDPOD at checkout - https://physiquedevelopment.com/product-category/gear/ Have questions for future episodes or have a topic you'd like us to cover? Submit them here - https://forms.gle/AEu5vMKNLDfmc24M7 Looking to hire the last coach you'll ever need? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/ewAMxk1w Interested in competition prep? Apply here - https://physiquedevelopment.typeform.com/to/Ii2UNA Join the Physique Development Training Club - https://physiquedevelopment.app For more videos, articles, and information, head to: https://physiquedevelopment.com To follow the team on Instagram: Coach Alex - @alexbush__ Coach Austin - @austincurrent_ Coach Sue - @suegainz Physique Development - @physiquedevelopment_ If you would like to support Physique Development and this podcast, please head over to your favorite podcast app and leave us a rating and review! This goes a long way in supporting this podcast and helps us continue to bring high-quality, honest, content to you in the form of a podcast. Thank you for listening and we will see you all next time! ---- Produced by: David Margittai | In Post Media Website: https://www.inpostmedia.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org © 2022, Physique Development LLC. All rights reserved.
I've coached a lot of health experts over the past 4 years and there's one thing that almost everyone struggles with at some point… IMPOSTER SYNDROME! Whether you're just starting out in your career or you're a seasoned professional, imposter syndrome can rear its ugly head. In this episode I'm chatting with Jessica Serdikoff about imposter syndrome, perfectionism and how we as health pros can begin to approach these issues in a healthy way. Jess is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and supervisor to fellow dietitians. Here's what we chat about: Jessica's experience with imposter syndrome and how it inspired her career path Defining imposter syndrome and framing how you look at it The tiered approach to tackling imposter syndrome How perfectionism and imposter syndrome go hand-in-hand The transformative power of learning how to sit with discomfort The importance of receiving support as a professional that also provides support to others And more… You can connect with Jessica here: Website: https://empoweringdietitians.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/empowering.dietitians/ Empowering Dietitians Podcast: https://empoweringdietitians.com/podcast
What is a definition of a good salesperson? In this week's episode, our guest is Fred Diamond. He is the host and producer of the Sales Game Changers Podcast and is the co-founder of the Institute for Excellence in Sales (IES). He is also an advocate for Lyme disease treatment and is a frequent article contributor to LymeDisease.org. His books, “Love, Hope, Lyme” and “Insights for Sales Game Changers” will hit bookshelves on in July. In this conversation, we are reminded of the virtues a salesperson must have in order to become successful - a deep understanding of the customers' needs, the company's offers, and perceiving sales as a profession than simply a task to accomplish the quota. Fred Diamond also touches on the idea that it takes time for a salesperson to build trust with their customers. Listen closely as we discuss diversity in sales, how to create a successful sales process, and what makes a good salesperson in today's world. Listen and enjoy! [00:01 - 09:08] Opening Segment Fred on cultivating his passion for sales Working in high-tech marketing Realizing the importance of salespeople The urgent need for support in sales success Check out Sales Game Changers [09:09 - 21:55] What it Takes to Be a Great Salesperson Defining a good salesperson Believe in the company and understand– Customer needs The product Sales as a profession How the little things matter Realize that your offers may not be the right solution Display proactiveness and show up as a partner for the clients Building trust requires more than a couple of phone calls [21:56 - 40:42] Tips for Better Performance from Sales People Fred's advice on establishing relationships with clients People need solutions from people they trust There is no need to play ballgames, just honest answers Put yourself in the head of the customer How introverts can outsell you They think about the needs of the customers They know that they need to engage with people [40:43 - 46:10] Closing Segment The effects of world events on people's lives Learn more about Fred with the Rapid Fire Questions! Connect with Fred Follow him on LinkedIn and check out his podcast, Sales Game Changers for more tips on successful sales strategies. Don't miss his recommendations - The Introvert's Edge by Matthew Pollard, The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks, and Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl. We're a passionate bunch. Together, we help your business flourish. Visit: https://ptexgroup.com Let's Talk Exits! Check out my new podcast on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lets-talk-exits/id1606747718 Connect with Ptex Group: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn LEAVE A REVIEW + and SHARE this episode with someone who wants to achieve in business. Listen to previous episodes on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts! Key Quotes “The salespeople were the key. I had to support these people, I had to do things to make them successful by getting the right messaging in the marketplace, bringing the right products to market, and helping them target the marketing programs and their customers to accelerate the sales process.” - Fred Diamond “A great sales call is one where the customer does 90% of the talking.” - Fred Diamond “Sometimes, to be a great salesperson, you're not going to sell something, maybe you bring them a better solution.” - Fred Diamond “The great sales professionals are conscious of having a diverse team to support their diverse audience.” - Fred Diamond
Leadership and influence are two words that are often tossed around in church culture. At times, it can be difficult to connect with these terms, particularly if you can't identify where you can lead or influence others in your life. But what if I told you that you were a leader and that you had your own sphere of influence? Today I'm chatting with pastor, author, and world-class leader Pastor Craig Groeschel about those very things. In this episode, Pastor Craig shares his wisdom and helps us define the "IT" factor and what “IT” looks like, practically speaking. He talks about what healthy church leadership looks like from his own perspective as well as ways we can apply these insights to our own lives. Leadership looks different for everyone, and we all have opportunities to influence others in our day-to-day living. Pastor Craig also talks about casting vision and why we should create a vision for every area of life. You can find out more in his new book “Lead Like It Matters”. As you listen, I hope you can begin to identify your leadership capabilities and ways that you can be empowered to lead life well. I believe that YOU are an influencer! Share how you are influencing others in your daily walk and tag us on social media @BiancaOlthoff and @CraigGroeschel. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS Books: Lead Like It Matters: 7 Leadership Principles for a Church That Lasts *Pre-order the book and get a free 8 Session Video bonus resource. Winning The War In Your Mind: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life Dangerous Prayers: Because Following Jesus Was Never Meant To Be Safe Hope In The Dark: Believing God Is Good When Life Is Not Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: email@example.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Content creator, brand strategist, and Tik Tok star Morgan Hennessy-Shea discusses finding self-confidence through hip-hop, the physical and emotional journey of transitioning, and the importance of seeing yourself reflected in the media. 00:00 Intro 04:30 Origin story 13:00 Blowing up on Tik Tok 18:00 The journey to identifying as trans 21:00 Expressing masculinity through dance 25:00 Representation in the media 37:00 Top surgery and hormone therapy 43:00 Male privilege 53:00 Gender identity and acceptance 57:00 Discussing gender identity with family 1:00:00 Experience of top surgery and transitioning 1:07:00 Advice on how to be true to yourself 1:11:00 Working in the arts 1:14:00 Living your truth and creating your own representation 1:17:00 Future goals 1:22:00 Defining success 1:24:00 Lightning round 1:32:00 Outro You can follow Morgan and his girlfriend Rylee on Tik Tok: @transandpanbesties Hosts Ben Chung Anthony Lee Recording - Chad Mayate Kinjaz Theme by Charlie Nguyen Kinjaz
Folks, I am so stoked to bring on this week's guest onto the show! If you haven't heard of Alison Rey, she is a longstanding adult performer and producer in the industry who will be giving us an insight on the porn industry. Alison shares with us her story on how she got into porn, having the choice to say no to scenes you don't want to do, challenging certain storylines in porn and how she went from performing to producing...and back to performing. She lays it all down for us this week in debunking some myths about squirting and performers using enhancements and gets real vulnerable with us in struggling with imposter syndrome, questioning what "ethical porn" really is and acknowledges just how fun filming cheesy porn is. It's a packed episode that really gives us insight on how the industry work from someone who has been both in front and behind the camera. Watch the video exclusive on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/strippedbysia www.alisonreyfans.com twitter.com/alisonreyxxx Don't forget to LIKE, RATE, SHARE, REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE! twitter.com/strippedbysia instagram.com/strippedbysia Patreon.com/strippedbysia www.stephsia.com
Welcome to Episode of Atomic Radio Hour, the post-nuclear podcast! ------------------------------------------ Intro Music: https://bit.ly/2RwXJMO ------------------------------------------ Follow Atomic Radio Hour on social media @AtomicRadioHour Discord: https://discord.gg/S3YVxDwpHp Twitter: https://bit.ly/2MMFMu2 Instagram: https://bit.ly/2LpwUWH Vince's Twitter: https://twitter.com/THE_BOOGENS Kyle's Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheOodSigma Merch: https://www.redbubble.com/people/atom... Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/GhoulmanEntertainment We Stream on Twitch!! https://www.twitch.tv/oldmanvince --- ARH - 206 00:00 - Intro 01:18 - The Girl on my bus 08:33 - Dinosaures is cool I guess 10:58 - The going on of Kyle 14:04 - 13 hours in the Philadelphia Airport 18:59 - Pay-Tree-On 20:36 - Lore 26:28 - Kyle's Box 38:51 - E3 has come and gone 47:50 - This is when we talk about Starfield
In this new Nursing World Shared Practice Forum podcast, Mr. Greg Durkin reviews what it means to find joy in the workplace. He explains his exploration of joy and happiness, reviews how each is defined in popular culture, and how they are relevant to the nursing profession. Following this podcast, learners will be able to: - Define joy, professional joy, and happiness - Explain how you can find professional joy - Identify signs indicating that professional joy is lacking in your career Publish date: June 17, 2022. Citation: Durkin G, DeGrazia M. Finding and Defining Professional Joy. 06/2022. Online Podcast. OPENPediatrics. https://youtu.be/SvtJGqgMUzA. Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open-access and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandi Wake, franchise owner at CarePatrol, had no interest in running her own business. Or so she thought, until someone introduced to her the concept of a franchise. Once familiar with the CarePatrol model, she felt called to the mission, helping families navigate and transition into the right senior community situation. She might have hesitated to become an overnight entrepreneur – had she not been reassured by the guidance her franchise family would provide. The beauty of franchise models is their shared resources and best practices. Just exiting a 30-year career in manufacturing, Sandi wasn't in an entrepreneurial mindset but she was definitely open to learning. Nothing more is required for CarePatrol franchisees, who receive ongoing training, project management and IT resources as well as a robust community. Sandi benefits on a daily basis from the tips and advice shared among 150 franchise owners around the U.S., who meet live at conferences and also via Zoom. They are there to help each other figure out the best ways to establish relationships within local elder communities, how to leverage social media and grow both the business and staff. Best of all, Sandi has been able to help hundreds of families around Grand Rapids, MI, move through what is often a stressful and scary time. At no charge to her clients, she and her CarePatrol team determine needs, available resources and possible living situations. They are also there to tour and help compare communities (who provide the funding for this free service). Are you someone with a big heart? If so, CarePatrol is an opportunity to give to others, employ others and build a meaningful career for yourself! Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Some of CarePatrol's features: Modest investment, ability to work independently, helping people through a difficult life transition.· From a personal point of view, there is great reward in CarePatrol's mission.· Are you a good fit for a CarePatrol franchise? Do your research and go with your heart!· Doing well by doing good: CarePatrol supports others while also generating income.· Families do not pay for the support and services provided by CarePatrol, which is funded through the adjacent elder care community. Here's a quick look into the episode:· After 30 years with a manufacturing organization, Sandi's job was eliminated in a corporate acquisition. What next?· A friend introduced the idea of a franchise, which seemed unlikely given that she'd never had any interest in working for herself. CarePatrol, however, piqued Sandi's interest.· Working with older folks in transition is incredibly rewarding!· A day in the life of a CarePatrol franchisee:o No two days are alike.o Every day tends to be busy!o You're wearing a lot of hats, which can include:§ Working with elder communities to get partnerships in place.§ Cultivating referral sources.§ Answering the phone in order always to be available for families.§ Accounting.§ As the franchise grows: HR functions such as hiring and training.· As her franchise has grown Sandi has migrated more towards an administrative function with a staff of three working with families to come up with the right placements as well as an admin and an individual dedicated to maintaining community contacts/referrals.· CarePatrol Differentiators:o The system in place is solid and replicable.o Substantial ongoing support (including onsite) is provided for new franchises.o Tools include both organizational databases and marketing collateral.o An IT department is available to facilitate systems.· The power of the franchise network: Sandi has derived a lot of satisfaction not only from the practical advice available at conferences, but also the support, insights and friendship she has found over meals and Zoom calls with colleagues.· CarePatrol has about 150 franchisees around the country and they all have big hearts!· Developing relationships is at the core of the CarePatrol model, which includes:o Defining clients' wants and needs.o Determining financial requirements and constraints.o Taking families to tour various communities.o Acting as a go-between to buffer families from direct marketing by facilities.o High-touch customer service.· CarePatrol is a service paid for by the community of providers rather than the families in search of elder care. To learn more about CarePatrol or other franchise opportunities, click here to set up a call.
This episode of the 1544 Miles to Omaha Podcast features a one-on-one sit down interview with Titan Baseball head coach, Jason Dietrich.Dietz has been at the helm for nearly a year after his introduction on June 30th last year. We sat down to discuss his first year, how the learning curve will not be as steep going into his second year and what were some of the positives to take away from the 2022 season.Highlights include:
Ongoing COVID-19 and related patient care concerns are competing with unexpected financial and economic, and workforce, challenges for room on the boardroom agenda. Hospital and health system boards must find time to accommodate these and other emerging oversight issues within the context of an already-crowded governance docket. Diligent director preparation and fulsome management support, along with disciplined leadership from the board chair and CEO, will well position the board to satisfy these expanded oversight duties. Diligent director preparation and fulsome management support, along with disciplined leadership from the board chair and CEO, will well position the board to satisfy these expanded oversight duties. Michael Peregrine welcomes back Jamie Orlikoff, president of Orlikoff & Associates, Inc., and Sandy DiVarco, McDermott partner, leader of McDermott health advisory on patient care and safety and accreditation issues, author of the recent client memo series on vaccination mandates and workplace safety developments, for an update on where we stand two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, including: - Implications and expectations from hospital boards regarding current COVID-19 rates. - The regulatory authorities' response to competing pandemic-related pressures. - Board guidance for addressing financial concerns in light of a stealth surge. - The governance challenges associated with growing supply chain issues. - Universal truths following the pandemic that are valuable to healthcare boards. - Defining purpose and the role of hospitals in leading healthcare issues.
Highlights from the conversation:Roxanna's background and career journey (2:31)About WellSpan Health (5:59)Reimagining the patient experience (7:20)Using technology to further a mission (10:39)Partnership as a key part to strategy achievement (14:49)CEOs coming from a nursing background (18:10)Building pathways to executive leadership (21:54)Roxanna's dream table (24:30)
Welcome back, Girlfriends….. This week we are defining what joy means to Therapeutic Girlfriends and identifying your privilege in the pursuit of finding your joy. Please follow your Therapeutic Girlfriends Jessica @itsme_jessicat and Chrissy @drchrissyfabiola Feel free to email us at: Therapeuticgirlfriends@gmail.com Please Subscribe, rate, and comment on the streaming platform you listen on. ***Resources for therapeutic services*** local insurance (EAP)program, www.psychologytoday.com, and www.therapyforblackgirls.com
This week, we sit down with Rita Kakati-Shah to discuss what it means to be a gender inclusion strategist, not being valued in a company, and her book, "The Goddess of Go-Getting: Your Guide to Confidence, Leadership, and Workplace Success."
Kim Valenzuela, the brain behind PEAK assessment tool rolled out by the Metro District joins Terry and Alan in this episode to discuss about the benefits of having churches the ability to discover their potential through the help of PEAK assessment. They also discuss the importance for the church to know its strengths and the areas that need more focus. Kim shares the definition of a Healthy Alliance Church and how PEAK can help the church to determine where they stand and plan for the future course.
On today's episode, Dr. Natalie Feinblatt, nationally recognized cult recovery psychologist, joins the podcast to discuss the cult-like nature of Dave Ramsey and his evangelical personal financial empire, Ramsey Solutions (The Lampo Group, LLC). Dr. Feinblatt explores cults from NXIVM and The Children of God to Scientology and “therapeutic” boarding schools. She has been featured on A&E's Leah Remini: Scientology and The Aftermath, NBC, New York Magazine and more. She is a Los Angeles native with her Master's and Doctorate in Psychology from Pepperdine University. She specializes in compassionate addiction and trauma therapy. Connect with today's guest, Dr. Natalie Feinblatt, @healingwithdrnatalie on Instagram or through her website at https://drnataliefeinblatt.com If you liked today's episode, you definitely need to listen to last week's episode, episode 90, with Amy Fritz. Make sure you are subscribed so you don't miss next week's season two finale. Connect with our co-host, Vee, @veefrugalfox on Instagram __________________________________________ Disclaimer: Price of Avocado Toast podcast is marketed as and in fact is “one man's opinion.” This show is not nor should anything said on it be construed as “legal, tax, or financial advice.” If you make investing or legal decisions after listening to this show it is recommended that you consult a qualified professional first. If you don't, the decision is yours and yours alone. __________________________________________ If you're interested in talking with Haley in further depth about your financial situation, schedule a free consultation here to see if financial coaching is right for you. Schedule free consultation here We want talk with YOU about your highs and your lows so we can normalize conversations about money with normal people. If you are interested in chatting with us and telling your story, or asking us questions, please reach out! Send us an email email@example.com or reach out on Instagram @priceofavocadotoast Do you have a question for us or suggestions for future episodes? Check out our website, linktr.ee/thepriceofavocadotoast, where you can leave us feedback regarding what YOU want to hear more of! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Music and producing done by Bearcatshark. Follow @bearcatshark on Instagram! Music available on all streaming platforms.
As the old guard of the GOP many of us grew up with and remain loyal to continues to disappoint and betray even their most basic promises to their voters, the conversation about a “new” Republican Right continues to heat up and gain steam among the conservative base. Few people are more qualified to talk about that than Saurabh Sharma—the President of an exceptional organization dedicated to rebuilding and revamping the conservative movement, the American Moment. He joins Charlie for the first half of this episode for a conversation on power, politics, and a new direction for the Grand Old Party. Next, Rev. James R. Harden, CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Services, joins Charlie to discuss the string of violent attacks on Pro-Life pregnancy centers across America, including his own, and what it says about the state of politics and so much more in our republic. Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/support See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
One of the most undervalued yet critical aspects inside modern organizations is the ability to effectively help people grow and develop. Sarah Haggard, CEO and Founder of Tribute, shares that mentorship programs are an easy and highly effective way to integrate growth and development into your company culture. In this episode, Sarah shares her journey as a first-time founder, some of the key moments of her own mentorship, and why she is so passionate about bringing modern mentorship to the world. As you listen, you'll learn the power of this type of connection and how to get started with mentoring in a way that fits your daily life. Download Tribute's Definitive Guide to Modern Mentorship at tributementorship.com/ Join us as we discuss: [03:45] Defining modern mentorship [07:00] The role of HR in mentorship [10:30] Solving problems with relationships [15:00] The importance of community [17:30] The power of storytelling [22:00] Taking non-traditional paths [29:45] How to start finding mentors and mentees [32:00] Gaining wisdom through lived experiences For the entire interview, follow HR Superstars on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Stitcher. Or tune in at 15Five.com/podcast. Original podcast track produced by Entheo. HR Superstars is presented by 15Five, holistic performance and engagement solutions for today's HR leaders. To win a pair of Sony noise-canceling headphones in June 2022 and access an extended 4-week trial of 15Five, visit 15five.com/trial-podcast. Signups for a trial must be completed by June 30th, and existing customers or those already in a buying cycle are not eligible. Want to connect with thousands of other strategic HR leaders like you, join the HR Superstars Community at community.15five.com! Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for HR Superstars in your favorite podcast player.*
Sharing in the excitement of our students' success is such a privilege for our team at the Speaker Lab! Our Director of Student Success, Maryalice Goldsmith, is taking the mic for our Student Highlight series so you can hear directly from our students about their experiences and what they want you to know about growing your speaking business. He credits (or blames!) his mom for directing him to a career on the stage after she made him attend dance lessons with his sister at age 8. While it wasn't his favorite pastime, he learned the art of stage presence at a very young age, and the rest is history! Working as a corporate banker, Ravi spent years leading and building sales teams in early-stage start-ups to build what he would describe as his “portfolio career.” In September 2020 he quit his full-time job and started his own speaking business. Understanding the risks, challenges, and rewards of taking this leap excited Ravi, and his unique intuition that this was his time helped pave the way. During their conversation Ravi talks about investing in himself, how he found The Speaker Lab, and how he's built relationships through building his business. Storytelling is his passion and Ravi shares his strategy of repositioning his offerings and redefining his niche to find success. His journey is unique, engaging, and will keep you on the end of your seat! Also, guess what? Ravi is joining The Speaker Lab to lead his very own Virtual VIP Cohort! Interested to learn how you can be part of this opportunity? Click HERE. The Finer Details of this Show: What it looks like to trust your intuition Why you must build relationships and connections How to know when it's your time Defining your story and unique method to solve a problem Answering the call in your career How to work with Ravi and The Speaker Lab And much more!